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Mike • Edited on

Yes this was clickbait :P

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Piotr Lewandowski

It's not clickbait, it's incoherent blabber made by inexperienced junior dev.
You can see it in the beginning of the second paragraph: "Most of us use if/else and switch statements whenever [..]" (who the hell is "us" and where does "most" comes from?)

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Francisco Mendes • Edited on

"It's not clickbait, it's incoherent blabber made by inexperienced junior dev." @piotrlewandowski

All this for just one title...

In your bio you have "I specialize in building carefully crafted responsive and accessible projects". When your website only has a white background with blue text... On top of that your domain is .info when the information on the website is irrelevant.

Learn to give more respect to others, this is an amazing platform and I find it disrespectful to treat someone who is sharing their knowledge freely and voluntarily.

With all due respect to you for your opinion.

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Rishav Jadon Author • Edited on

Thanks Francisco for saying that. I didn't want to give him any attention so it's nice someone actually said the right thing. I don't like to indulge in unnecessary arguments πŸ˜‚

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Piotr Lewandowski

"I find it disrespectful to treat someone who is sharing their knowledge freely and voluntarily" - it's even more disrespectful when the knowledge you share is misleading and shows lack of experience. Just because you worked 3 months as a web dev and you have internet access doesn't mean you have to immediately start a blog. Plenty of bullshit articles here and everywhere in the net from people who has half of Todo tutorial as their experience. It's not just disrespectful, it's insulting. Insulting to those, who spend years and years on learning and gaining experience, and trying to share REAL and adequate knowledge. Maybe, just maybe, 3 months is not enough to pretend you know enough to teach other people, especially when you yourself still showing that you have a lot to learn. Because sharing no knowledge is better that sharing bad knowledge.

By the way: that "website which only has a white background with blue text" (at least I put some colours contrary to yours) pays my bills and help me live comfortable life (well, actually portfolio built over ~20 years which is available for clients upon asking), so, "with all due respect", but yeah, don't really care what YOU think about my dummy boilerplate personal website ;)

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Rishav Jadon Author

Oh it's very disrespectful to you, is it?
Did my article hurt you? Why you so frustrated man? Considering your age, you should be playing with ur grandkids instead of commenting shitty things on some junior Dev's article. Now go back to doing whatever the hell u do n stop ruining my post.

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Piotr Lewandowski • Edited on

" stop ruining my post" - you ruined it yourself showing lack of understanding of what you write about (which is even more apparent in your replies to some of the comments". Accept criticism, learn from it, instead of pretending you know more than you do. Don't be example of Dunning–Kruger Effect diagram ;)
Also: if you don't like people criticising and commenting on your posts, there's an easy solution: don't publish ;)

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Rishav Jadon Author

"Lack of understanding". Learn English first @piotrlewandowski

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Francisco Mendes

@piotrlewandowski
Seriously though, there are ways to be critical about something, however the approach you took (and obviously mine is not an example) I don't think it was the best.

But yes, I like to say "I'm just getting started" because no matter how much I know, every day I always end up learning new things.

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